Daemonheim Tasks Guide

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The Daemonheim tasks are perhaps one of the best achievement diaries to complete because of the Daemonheim Aura 4. This item is unbelievable for Dungeoneering enthusiasts like me because it makes training the skill so much easier. Although many say, Dungeoneering is just a minigame, I beg to differ as the skill requires completing puzzles, working as a team, and defeating a difficult boss at the end. 

Moreover, there are four achievement task tiers: easy, medium, hard, and elite. Each category provides players with unique rewards like an XP lamp. All tasks are focused on the Daemonheim region; in most cases, you’ll need to enter the dungeon.

When I first started training Dungeoneering, the skill looked confusing with so many new mechanics to learn—mainly using the gatestone that can teleport you to a specific location. However, after completing the achievement diary, you’ll unlock a personal gatestone that makes it enjoyable to traverse the dungeons. No longer will you have to run through dozens of doors to use your keys. Now you can teleport there with a click of a button, as long as you left your gatestone there.

Today we’ll go over everything you need to know about the Daemonheim achievement diary. We’ll showcase the minimal requirements and how to complete each task in detail. After finishing this diary set, I guarantee you’ll find Dungeoneering more relaxing with the added buffs, enjoy!

Bottom Line Up Front

Here’s a shortened version of this guide if you don’t have time to read through it. The Daemonheim achievement diary is a set of tasks players can complete to receive XP lamps and an aura, which helps by giving buffs while training Dungeoneering. By completing the harder tiers of the dairy, you’ll gain entrance to new resource dungeons that contain various creatures or skilling objectives.

Unfortunately, I cannot showcase how to complete each diary tier in this TLDR. However, you can open the RuneScape achievement diary tracker, which will show you how to do the task. Alternatively, you can read through this guide that is more in-depth and helpful towards new players.

What’s To Gain From Completing The Daemonheim Tasks?

To be honest, there is little to gain from the Daemonheim tasks outside of the Dungeoneering skill. Compared to other achievement diaries where you can use items through Gielinor, these tasks are specific to the Daemonheim. So I recommend only completing these tasks if you are interested in training Dungeoneering and want to make the ride a little smoother till level 99. Also, you can do the tasks for XP lamps or get closer to unlocking the completionist cape.

The main item you want from the Daemonheim tasks is the aura. Here’s what it can do for you:

Daemonheim Aura 4

Demonheim Aura 4
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  • Access to a second gatestone
  • Secondary role effectiveness is increased to 100%
  • Can start hard mode dungeons
  • Smuggler provides a 10% discount on all items
  • Can enter the extended region of the Brimhaven Resource Dungeon that contains mithril dragons.

How To Reach Daemonheim

Prifddinas Tower of Voices
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If this is your first time completing the Daemonheim tasks, you may find it confusing to enter the region. Although it’s located in the Wilderness, there are several ways to enter without the potential of getting PKed. Also, you can use these transport methods if you are solely interested in training the Dungeoneering skill.

  • Ring of Kinship: This is my preferred way of getting there because it doesn’t require going to portals or using a consumable. The ring has a teleport mechanism that will take you outside of Daemonheim by the Dungeoneering shop. To get the ring, you have to talk to the Dungeoneering Tutor at the castle entrance. Therefore, you’ll have to get there by other means, but afterward, traveling there is convenient.
  • On foot: You can run through the east side of the Wilderness until you reach the Daemonheim entrance. Then talk to the Dungeoneering Tutor to receive your ring.
  • Fremennik ship: Behind the Al Kharid bank is a small dock with a fremennik ship. Talk to the NPC, and he will take you to the Daemonheim shore.
  • Prifddinas portal: The northeast corner of the Tower of Voice has a portal that will teleport you to the Daemonheim. However, you must complete Plague’s End to access the elf city.

How To Complete The Daemonheim Tasks

The Daemonheim achievement tasks are straightforward to complete and will not require a lot of skill. Most often, you’ll have to equip a specific item, change some settings, or defeat a boss. However, as the difficulty tiers progress, you’ll need higher skill levels to complete the task. Therefore, I’ll provide you with the minimum requirements before showing you how to finish a task.

Note: Since these tasks are mainly focused on the Dungeoneering skill, you will not need to bring any items along with you.

Easy Daemonheim Tasks

Dungeoneering Floors
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Skill Requirements:

  • Level 23 Dungeoneering
  • Level 7 Smithing or Level 8 Crafting
  • Level 10 Divination

Quests Requirements:

  • None

Item Requirements:

  • Ring of Kingship

List of Tasks

  1. Untouchable: Complete a floor by yourself without dying.
  2. Fashion Victim: Wear a full set of salve, novite, and protoleather armor while Dungeoneering.
  3. Sinking Fast: Finish a sinkhole event. Since ironmen cannot enter sinkholes, finding one is enough to complete the task.
  4. Tales of Old: Start and finish a Fremennik Saga.
  5. A Flicker in Darkness: Convert a tier 2 memory or higher to energy via the Divination skill.
  6. Gorajo Fandango: Summon a familiar within a dungeon and use it to fight a boss using their standard combat attacks.
  7. You’re Not the Boss of Me: Defeat the boss on floor one inside the Daemonheim.
  8. A Road Less Traveled: Enter the Daemonheim using the Wilderness gates. You must pass the guards to complete the task.
  9. Invisible Ink: Create a fire with some logs and use the Ring of Kingship on it.
  10. Setting Up: Smith or craft a full set of tier 1 armor.
  11. It’s Dangerous to go Alone: Finish a floor with a team of 2 or more. Ironmen cannot go in teams, so complete a complexity six medium dungeon to gain the achievement.
  12. Kitchen Aid: Heal a teammate with food from your inventory. Ironmen will have to feed a familiar instead.
  13. The Lone Dungeoneer: Finish a dungeon by yourself.
  14. Dere-licked: Go solo in an abandoned type floor and complete the level.
  15. Take It From the Top: Reset your Ring of Kingship. Ideally, you want to do this once you cannot start any new floors to gain the most experience next floor rounds.
  16. Change of a Dress: Switch your loadout bind to another one.

Rewards

Crab Claw
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  • Antique lamp granting 2k XP in any skill that is over level 23
  • 10 to 4,096 GP per completed task
  • Daemonheim Aura 1
    • Secondary role is 25% more effective
    • Gain the ability to decide which boss is faced in the dungeon once per day.
    • Heim crab cosmetic override
    • Free death once per day

Medium Daemonheim Tasks

Rammernaut Battle
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Skill Requirements:

  • Level 35 Dungeoneering
  • Level 45 Divination
  • Level 32 Magic
  • Level 30 Attack
  • Level 30 Ranged
  • Level 43 Fletching
  • Level 40 Thieving
  • Level 40 Hunter
  • Level 40 Farming
  • Level 36 Herblore

Quests Requirements:

  • No quest requirements for normal accounts. However, ironmen must complete the Waterfall Quest.

Item Requirements:

  • Ring of Kingship

List of Tasks

  1. Nice to Meet You, Wall: Defeat Rammernaut without him stunning himself or charging you.
  2. 300: Finish Three’s Company with a 100% score.
  3. Drink Me: Temporarily boost your magic level with a tier 2 potion you’ve made.
  4. Spinal Trap: Create and set a spinebeam trap.
  5. You Got Some Nice Drapes There: Finish a furnished type floor by yourself on any difficulty.
  6. I Want It All: Earn the Beast Mode title on a complexity six floor with no teammates. This is done by gathering all resources and killing all monsters in the dungeon. I Want It All is easier to complete when doing a small floor.
  7. And I Want It Now: Finish a complexity six floor by yourself in under 6 minutes. Start a small dungeon since you have better chances of completing it sub 6 minutes.
  8. Marm’s Armoury: Use one of the following items in RuneScape: gem bag, herbicide, charming imp, bonecrusher, or the autoheater. You can buy these items from the Dungeoneering reward shop.
  9. Tactical Retreat: Teleport out of a boss fight using a self-made gatestone.
  10. Port Enter: Craft and utilize a portent of passage V or higher to pass through a skill door.
  11. Totem Pole Position: In a single sinkhole, hand in a minimum of 20 items. Ironmen will have to enter six resource dungeons around Gielinor within 6 minutes to complete the task.
  12. Cache Box: Using your thieving skill, unlock a level 40 or higher chest.
  13. Up to the Gods: Kill a frost dragon and sacrifice its bones on an altar.

Rewards

Demonheim Aura 2
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  • Antique lamp granting 8k XP in any skill that is over level 41
  • 2,000 Dungeoneering tokens
  • 10 to 4,096 GP per completed task
  • Daemonheim Aura 2
    • Secondary role is 50% more effective
    • Gain the ability to decide which boss is faced in the dungeon once per day.
    • Heim crab cosmetic override
    • New bind slots for potions
    • Allows access to the extended Peninsula resource dungeon
    • Ranged ammo is returned to the player
    • Bones are automatically buried
    • Free death once per day

Hard Daemonheim Tasks

Alcrabholic
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Skill Requirements:

  • Level 71 Dungeoneering
  • Level 70 Divination
  • Level 30 Magic
  • Level 60 Attack
  • 30 Ranged
  • Level 75 Strength
  • Level 65 Prayer
  • Level 68 Farming
  • Level 69 Cooking
  • Level 55 Agility
  • Level 54 Runecrafting
  • Level 74 Smithing
  • Level 76 Defense
  • Level 61 Slayer
  • Level 74 Thieving
  • Level 65 Summoning

Quests Requirements:

  • Salt in the Wound
  • A Clockwork Syringe

Item Requirements:

  • Ring of Kingship

List of Tasks

  1. Healing Factor: Within 1 minute of being in a dungeon, use the Rapid Renewal prayer. You must first unlock the prayer from the reward shop for 38,000 Dungeoneering tokens.
  2. Alcrabholic: Slay a rum-pumped crab on Braindeath Island.
  3. Hoof Rot: Make Bal’lak the Pummeller walk on his own rifts while doing a solo floor.
  4. A Player Opportunity: Construct an altar in the starting room you spawn in. 
  5. The wanderer: Imbue a catalytic wand on a runecrafting altar.
  6. Occult Classic: Finish a solo occult floor on any difficulty.
  7. Stacked: Begin a floor with 225 arrows previously bound to you.
  8. Kinprovements: Use a Ring of Kingship that is fully upgraded in a role.
  9. Lawful Crafting: Use a runecrafting altar and create some law runes.
  10. Thanks for the Memories: Go to a tier 8 spring and harvest the memories. Lustrous springs and above will only count towards the achievement task.
  11. Get Stuffed: Cook a bouldabass and edicap potato from its raw stages. After, eat it during the boss fight.
  12. Epic Epic: Finish all sagas at 100% completion.

Rewards

Dwarwen Mines
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  • Antique lamp granting 20k XP in any skill that is over level 74
  • 38,000 Dungeoneering tokens
  • 10 to 4,096 GP per completed task
  • Daemonheim Aura 3
    • The secondary role is 75% more effective
    • Gain the ability to decide which boss is faced in the dungeon once per day.
    • Heim crab cosmetic override
    • New bind slots for potions
    • Two more bind slots
    • Allows access to the extended Peninsula resource dungeon
    • Ranged ammo is returned to the player
    • Bones are automatically buried
    • Free death once per day
    • 5% cost reduction for recharging items from the reward shop
    • 10% reward increase from sinkholes
    • Can enter the extended Dwarven Mine resource dungeon containing phasmatite rocks.

Elite Daemonheim Tasks

Gulega-d to Rest
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Skill Requirements:

  • Level 95 Dungeoneering
  • Level 95 Smithing
  • Level 90 Cooking
  • Level 98 Crafting
  • Level 86 Divination
  • Level 80 Constitution
  • Level 90 Magic

Quests Requirements:

  • None

Item Requirements:

  • Ring of Kingship

List of Tasks

  1. Top Hat: Smith a promethium full helm from raw ingredients.
  2. In the Darkness Bind Them: Equip four bound items.
  3. Any fin is Possible: Cook each type of fish found in the Daemonheim.
  4. Orbful: Craft and equip a spiritbloom orb.
  5. Gulega-d to Rest: Defeat warped gulega and avoid his final 1 HP attack while going in a solo dungeon.
  6. Pass the Port: Using the divination skill, create and use a portent of restoration IX or a higher tier.

Rewards

Brimhaven
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  • Antique lamp granting 60k XP in any skill that is over level 98
  • Three antique lamps granting 50k XP in any skill that is over level 90
  • 10 to 4,096 GP per completed task
  • Daemonheim Aura 4
    • Secondary role is 100% more effective
    • Gain the ability to decide which boss is faced in the dungeon once per day.
    • Heim crab cosmetic override
    • New bind slots for potions
    • Two more bind slots
    • Allows access to the extended Peninsula resource dungeon
    • Ranged ammo is returned to the player
    • Bones are automatically buried
    • Free death once per day
    • 5% cost reduction for recharging items from the reward shop
    • 10% reward increase from sinkholes
    • Can enter the extended Dwarven Mine resource dungeon containing phasmatite rocks.
    • Can start hard mode dungeons
    • 10% discounts from the smuggler’s store
    • Can enter the extended resource dungeon in Brimhaven.
    • Provides a personal gatestone

FAQs

Question: Should I complete the Daemonheim tasks?

Answer: That depends on your goals in RuneScape. If you want to train Dungeoneering, I suggest completing the tasks to receive the aura 4, which gives numerous benefits. Mainly, you get a second gatestone that helps traverse the dungeon more easily. Moreover, you start with cosmic and law runes in your inventory, perfect for teams so you can teleport to them quickly. Also, the Daemonheim achievement diary is a requirement for the completionist cape.

Question: What is Dungeoneering?

Answer: Dungeoneering is a skill that lets players explore the dungeons beneath Gielinor. It tells a story of RuneScape’s lore and the old Dragonkin. Unlike most skills where you train alone, players can coordinate and create a party to enter the ruins. This makes exploration much faster and dramatically increases XP rates.
The dungeons begin with the main room where you and other players will spawn. This safe area contains no monsters while providing essential utilities like an anvil, a runecrafting table, and a spinning wheel. The dungeon will feature many doors that will have skill requirements to pass. Sometimes you’ll encounter a guardian door requiring you to kill all enemies within the room before leaving.
The main reason to train Dungeoneering is for the reward shop that contains various items. You can buy swords, shields, potions, and items that benefit the RuneScape experience. 

Question: What are the best items from the Dungeoneering reward shop?

Answer: The Dungeoneering reward shop has several items that players should pursue since they offer excellent benefits. Below you’ll find the main items to purchase, ranging from skilling bonuses to offensive weaponry.
Bonecrusher – 34,000 Tokens: This item automatically buries bones granting prayer experience. It’s perfect for those who enjoy PVM and training slayer.
Charming Imp – 100,000 Tokens: The imp picks up charms for you. This quality of life item lets you focus on the game rather than picking up items off the floor.
Herbicide – 34,000 Tokens: All un-noted herbs are destroyed and grants herblore experience.
Chaotic Weaponry – 100,000 to 200,000 Tokens: These are level 80 weapons that degrade over time. To recharge them, you’ll need to spend Dungeoneering tokens and GP.
Advanced Gold Accumulator – 1,500,000 Tokens: This item automatically picks up GP from monsters you kill. The previous versions of the items degrade, while the advanced gold accumulator does not. 

Summary

Congratulations! You’ve finished this Daemonheim task guide and learned the information you need to complete the diary. Each tier offers different rewards based on the skill level requirements. I advise going for the elite tier since it offers the best utility when training Dungeoneering and entrances to various resource dungeons around Gielinor. If there’s anything else you’d like to learn, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.

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